Chicken Wing Dissection

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Chicken Wing Dissection Lab

Purpose: To find and pair six different muscles in the chicken wing, in order to observe and understand the details of how muscles are involved in movement.

Materials:
Dissecting Pan
Chicken Wing
Forceps
Surgical Gloves

Procedure:
1. First, I put on my surgical gloves.
2. Then, I gathered all of the materials needed for this lab. 3. Before dissecting, I noted how the chicken wing appeared. I recorded these characteristics. 4. I then began the dissection by skinning the chicken wing. This allowed me to observe the fascia. 5. After skinning the chicken to the point where I could see the epimysium, I began using the forceps to pull on the individual muscles. 6. Once I found the different muscles that cause movement, I took notes and drew diagrams of the muscles. I then labeled which muscle was contracting and which was relaxing. I also labeled which muscle was the flexor and which was the extensor. 7. After finishing all of the directions given, I then disposed of my chicken wing in the designated trash can. 8. Then, I washed my dissection pan, forceps, and lab station. 9. Finally, after everything was completed, I washed my hands with soap and water.

External Diagram:

Internal Diagrams:

External & Internal Functions and Descriptions:

Name of Part| Function| Description|
Skin| Protection| White/Yellow color, fat-like|
Feather Follicles| Holds the feathers| Little Bumps, hair-like| Cartilage| Acts as a cushion between joints. Prevents bones from rubbing against each other.| Cloudy, almost clear layer at the ends of the bone, tough.| Bone| Support, protection, give muscles a place to attach, makes blood in marrow, stores calcium and other materials.| Very hard, grayish-white in color, strong, connected to muscles.| Muscle| Movement, maintain posture, maintain body temperature (shivering).| Striated, pinkish, soft compared to cartilage.| Fat| Source of energy, insulation.|...
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